Yulin Deng is Professor in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech. Professor Deng received his B.S. from Northeast Normal University, Jilin Province, PRC, and his Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry from Manchester University in the United Kingdom.
Deng’s research group focuses on, nanomaterial synthesis and self-assembling; biofuel and biomass materials; hydrogels; drug delivery systems that utilize polymers; colloid and interface science and engineering; polymer synthesis; and papermaking and paper recycling.
Professor Deng has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers and over 100 conference papers. Deng is also an active member of AIChE and TAPPI, an elected Fellow of International Academy of Wood Science, Associate Editor of International Journal of Materials, Associate Editor of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, and an editorial board member for six other journals.
Research Areas of Interest
- Nanomaterial synthesis and self-assembling
- Biofuel and biomass materials
- Sustainable energy: fuel cells and solar cells
- Papermaking and recycling
- Energy Production & Storage